Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Kota Kinabalu Handicraft Market

The Kota Kinabalu Handicraft Market was once known as Filipino Market as most of the stalls there are run by Filipino immigrant.

The market is not hard to find. It is basically adjacent to the Central Market on Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens.

This is a good place to shop for Filipino and local handicrafts which are sold in cramped stalls.

They said this is the place to be for cultured pearls to fake gemstones. Its just perfect to hunt souvenirs here than any tourist shops/spots in Kota Kinabalu

Just outside the market is some interesting sight where Filipino tailors can be seen with the ancient sewing machine. They offer cheap stitching services such as patching clothes or jeans.

5 comments:

dong ho said...

oh wow! finally seeing a Filipino in you blog post. hooray!

ChrisAu said...

Are the filipinos resident of Sabah or just temp workers?

reanaclaire said...

hello Chua.. coming by to see the market post here..

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